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The Five Day Week Straw People - The Five Day Week Straw People (2007)

21-07-2015, 15:34
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The Five Day Week Straw People - The Five Day Week Straw People (2007)

Artist: The Five Day Week Straw People
Title Of Album: The Five Day Week Straw People
Year Of Release: 2007
Label: RPM Records/Retrodisc: Retro 812
Genre: Psychedelic Rock
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue,scans)
Bitrate: lossless
Total Time: 00:45:31
Total Size: 324 mb
WebSite: discogs


01. Five Day Week Straw People 03:27
02. I`m Going Out Tonight 03:41
02. Gold Digger 03:36
04. Postmen 03:49
05. Car Wash 03:28
06. Feel Like Having A Party 03:11
07. Sunday Morning 04:35
08. Does It Rain 03:29
09. If You Were Around 03:59
10. Dust Is In My Eyes 04:19
Bonus Tracks:
11. As My Love Is For You 03:15
12. Father Martin 04:36

To read some pieces in collector magazines, you'd think this was one of the Holy Grails of British psychedelia. It's not; it's average at best mod-pop-psych that's a bit on the heavy rock side. The mixture of thick guitar chords, moderately distorted hard psychedelic guitar leads, vocal harmonies, and John Du Cann's resonant vocals faintly recalls some of Jack Bruce's poppiest efforts with Cream. There's sometimes a singsongy, observational flavor typical of British psychedelic pop circa 1967-1968, generated in part by the album's loose concept of detailing in snapshot fashion the lives of average people (i.e., "straw people") during an average weekend. So, there are tunes about having a party and waiting for the postman, as well as an ode to "Sunday Morning?" that borrows liberally from the melody of Scott McKenzie's "San Francisco." The songs are routine and dressed up with periodic psychedelic effects like explosions and wah-wah guitars. It's impressive that the material was written in a week and recorded in one day, but the remarkable speed of execution doesn't necessarily mean it's that interesting. The CD reissue on Angel Air includes nine bonus tracks of demos by the Attack, Du Cann's previous (and, actually, simultaneous) mod-psych band. Those demos are, like Five Day Week Straw People, fair and rather generic 1967 British psych with mod, pop, and nascent heavy rock influences, but perhaps a bit more modish and thought-out in construction.

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